The Greatest Gift (A Frost Family Christmas/Frost Family & Friends, #5)

The Greatest Gift (A Frost Family Christmas/Frost Family & Friends, #5)

by Roxy Boroughs

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BN ID: 2940152695397
Publisher: Roxy Boroughs
Publication date: 12/01/2015
Series: A Frost Family Christmas/Frost Family & Friends , #5
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 622,274
File size: 299 KB

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The Greatest Gift 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
CatmomJD More than 1 year ago
Reading a Frost Family & Friends book is like returning to Carol Falls for a visit with old friends and to make new ones. After her marriage ended, single mother Heather Connolly spent the night with Zack Jones. She took off early the next morning leaving Zack to wake up alone. He hasn't seen her since. Now, Heather is being accused of setting a fire at her former place of employment, Billy Boy's Bar, to cover up a theft. As much as Heather says she didn't do it, the people in Carol Falls don't believe her. But Zack believes her. Zack, being a bouncer and bartender at the bar, knew Heather when she worked there and knows she is innocent. Zack is also one of the firemen who helped put out the fire. So he has inside information about the scene. He will do anything prove Heather is innocence and with some luck, he just might be able to pick up where they left off a year ago. Zack also wants to see Heather and her daughter Charlotte living the happy quiet life that they deserve. Zack and Heather work together to find out who is responsible for the crime and clear Heather's name. Will they be able to solve the crime before Heather’s reputation is completely ruined? This book is a real page turner. The story is fast paced, unpredictable and exciting. As with any of the other stories in the series, it can be read as a stand-alone.